Florida Real Estate Post Licensing Courses in Fort Myers, Naples or Online

Florida Post-Licensing Courses

Post Licensing Class at LarsonEd in Fort Myers

As a newly licensed Florida real estate professional, you are required to complete post-licensing education prior to your first license renewal date. Depending on when you received your license, your first renewal date will be between 18 and 24 months after your licensure date. The post-licensing education requirement is 45 hours for Sales Associate and 60 hours for Brokers.

Failure to complete the post-licensing education prior to your first license renewal date will result in your license going Null & Void. We recommend completing this requirement within the first 6 months after obtaining your license. Do not wait until the last minute!

Click a link below to view more detailed information about our Florida Real Estate Post-Licensing Classroom Courses in Fort Myers, Naples, and Online Post-Licensing Course.

Florida 45 Hour Sales Associate Post-License Course (CLASSROOM)
Florida 45 Hour Sales Associate Post-License Course (ONLINE)
Florida 60 Hour Broker Post-License Course (CLASSROOM)
Florida 60 Hour Broker Post-License Course (ONLINE)

Although the state says you have up to 2 years to complete this course after obtaining your Florida Sales Associate license, we recommend attending this course within the first 2 months of being licensed. Why? Because this course lays the foundation for you to conduct the practical side of the business – finding sellers, properly pricing, marketing, finding buyers, negotiating and more!

Exam Prep class date just added for 11/15/19 in Naples, FL

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Naples Real Estate School, Larson Educational Services, has just added a date for our famous 1-Day Florida Real Estate State Exam Prep CRASH COURSE!

The added class date is taking place on Friday, November 15, 2019 at our Marquesa Plaza location in Naples, FL.

The course features in-class testing, high-impact review of exam content, and sample questions and answers. You’ll like our instructors as they are energetic, entertaining and recognized as exam preparation experts.

What’s Included

In addition to the live review, this course includes:          

  • 140+ page course manual with detailed reviewable content
  • 600+ sample questions provided in workbook and online format
  • Two realistic online 100 question Sample Tests that will help you gauge your readiness for the state licensing test
  • 20 question math review with full step-by-step explanations

BIG NEWS: The CAM license course at LarsonEd is now approved for real estate CE

We’ve got BIG NEWS

We just received word from the Florida DBPR that our 16-Hour Community Association Manager (CAM) Pre-License Course is now approved for 8 hours of specialty real estate continuing education credit (FREC #0022681).

That means that students with a Florida real estate license can now simultaneously get their CAM license and complete part of their real estate CE requirement*. There is no extra tuition charge for doing this with LarsonEd. The CAM license course is still $289 whether you need the real estate CE or not. What a great deal!

*CE credit cannot be applied to a CAM class that has already been attended. Credit can only be applied to CAM classes taken AFTER 10/14/19.

Call us at (239) 344-7510 with any questions or visit us at LarsonEd.com. Thank you for continuing to make Larson Educational Services your School of Choice! ~ Brad Larson

Students Attend Florida Property Manager Designation Course in Fort Myers, FL

Larson Educational Services, a real estate school in Naples and Fort Myers, announces that the following individuals received the Certified Florida Residential Manager (CFRM) Designation on September 13, 2019:

Amelia McCarty, Catherine Coffey, Christopher Bouchard, Cynthia Magliozzi, Danan Delsing, Danilo Tonel, Elizabeth Chatland, Elizabeth Wood, Gloria Espinosa, Howard Lutter, Jamesa Thompkins, Jerry Riffelmacher, Jingfu Chen, Kelly Beck, Lee Levy, Luisa Granados, Marbel Casanova, Marilin Damer, Marysol Narvaez, Melinda Richardson, Oksana Samuelson, Onida Dinapoli, Pamela Pipher, Sabine Rogga, Sharon Tinnin

The CFRM designation is earned by completing a two-day course covering in detail the practical and legal aspects of leasing and managing single-family and small residential investment properties. Passing of a final exam is also required to earn the CFRM designation. Holders of a Florida real estate license earned 11 hours of continuing education credit toward their biennial license renewal by attending the class.

Written by Florida law expert, Rick Larson, the course includes detailed coverage of 15 Florida property management laws, including – Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, Property Management Escrow Accounts, and Vacation Rentals. Additionally, the roles of a Florida property manager are discussed through examples and practical, hands-on training.

More information about the CFRM designation is available by contacting Larson Educational Services at (239) 344-7510 or visit www.LarsonEd.com. Limited seating is available for the next CFRM class. Tuition is $169 and includes a 160-page professional manual.

Larson Educational Services
1400 Colonial Blvd Ste 44
Fort Myers, FL  33907
Office: 239-344-7510

Cape Coral Real Estate School



We offer all the education required to obtain and maintain a Florida Real Estate Sales Associate or Broker License.



We offer all the education required to obtain and maintain a Florida Community Association Manager (CAM) License.



We offer all the education required to obtain and maintain a Florida Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO) License.



We offer all the education required to obtain and maintain a Florida Life and Health Insurance License in an online format.


We are a Fort Myers, Naples and Cape Coral Real Estate School. The close-knit and passionate LarsonEd team is built on a foundation of excellence. It starts with excellent instructors, rated by students as tops in knowledge, energy and enthusiasm. The bright, clean classrooms feature high definition visuals and comfortable chairs. Course materials are custom-designed and rated best in the business for accuracy, clarity and effectiveness. The customer service experience is personal, intimate and phone calls are answered by a real person.VIEW MORE ABOUT US

NMLS 8 Hour Continuing Education Florida and Minnesota for 2019


NMLS Provider ID #1400171

Larson Educational Services, an NMLS approved education provider with classrooms in Fort Myers and Naples, Florida, and Bloomington, MN will guide you through the 8-hour Mortgage Loan Originator continuing education process for 2019.

Renewal Requirements

The following items must be completed to renew your Mortgage Loan Originator License:

  • Complete the required 8 Hour SAFE Comprehensive MLO Continuing Education Course for 2019. View upcoming Florida Dates and Locations in Fort Myers, Naples, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach. We also offer this course in Bloomington and Brooklyn Center, MN
  • Submit a License Renewal Request and Pay associated fees through NMLS. Details of how to do this are outlined below.
  • Complete all renewal steps between November 1 and December 31 for Florida MLOs and between November 1 and December 1 for Minnesota MLOs.

Florida charges the following License Renewal Fees:

Florida Mortgage Loan originator:

  • $150 Florida renewal fee
  • $20 Florida guaranty trust fee
  • $6 FDLE retained fingerprint fee (fingerprints are good for 5 years)
  • $36.25 Federal background check (fingerprints are good for 3 years)
  • $30 NMLS processing fee
  • $15 credit report fee

Minnesota charges the following License Renewal Fees:

Minnesota Mortgage Loan originator:

  • $50 Minnesota renewal fee
  • $36.25 Federal background check (fingerprints are good for 3 years)
  • $30 NMLS processing fee
  • $15 credit report fee

Larson Educational Services
1400 Colonial Blvd Ste 44
Fort Myers, FL  33907
Office: 239-344-7510

18 Hour CAM (Community Association Manager) Licensing Course


18 Hour CAM (Community Association Manager) Licensing Course at LarsonEd! A Florida CAM License is required when managing an association of more than 10 units and/or has an annual budget in excess of $100,000. Types of properties that hire CAM License holders are mobile home parks, planned unit developments, homeowners associations, cooperatives, timeshares, condominiums, or other residential units.

The class is held over 2 days with either a Thurs/Fri or Sat/Sun schedule in Fort Myers, Naples and Sarasota. Take a look at our class calendar – https://larsontrak.larsoned.com/18-Hour-CAM-Pre-License-Course